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Featured Voice Teachers Near Detroit, MI

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Voice lessons in Detroit . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Scott B offers Voice lessons in   Detroit, MI

Scott B

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Bass Guitar Keyboard Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

I love seeing my students gain passion and find success when they learn a riff or a chord, because I know how I felt when I did it. It inspires you to learn more. I like to use the method of telling them something they did fantastic, something they could work on and end on something they really did awesome on. I want to know what inspires the student and what they want to play. Read More

Jennifer G offers Voice lessons in   Detroit, MI

Jennifer G

Instruments: Voice

I have been fortunate to work in the entertainment industry my entire career. I have traveled the world as a musical theatre actress and choreographer. Always loving to teach I started coaching a few friends for fun on the side and voila, a new career began! Read More

Joel R offers Voice lessons in   Detroit, MI

Joel R

Instruments: Voice Bass Guitar Double Bass

I have been teaching private lessons since 2009. I specialize in commercial styles (pop, rock, jazz, country, etc.) as well as musical theater. I encourage creativity with my students and through unusual means I have found success in getting those good habits down. As a songwriter and long time frontman I support and help with my students desire to write their own music and find their performance style. My students in Nashville('10-'18) joked I give rockstar lessons not voice lessons. Read More

Terri G offers Voice lessons in   Detroit, MI

Terri G

Instruments: Voice

I love to teach students the fundamentals of singing, including breathing, posture, and mouth position. These fundamentals stand students in good stead to sing whatever style they choose for the rest of their lives.I have a passion for classical music, including art song, oratorio, and opera.I completed my Master of Arts degree in Voice Performance in 2000. I have performed as a Soprano soloist across the United States in places as diverse as Virginia, Michigan, and Texas. Read More

Conner W offers Voice lessons in   Detroit, MI

Conner W

Instruments: Piano Voice Drums Synthesizer Mallet Percussion Orchestral Percussion Conga Latin Percussion Music Keyboard Djembe

I am an experienced, and passionate keyboardists and love sharing my skills and love for music with my students. I graduated from Musician's Institute in Los Angeles, CA in 2013 with a degree in Piano Performance and have since traveled around the country playing for keyboards for many different types of artists. I have recently settled down in Michigan where I live with my wife, chihuahua and my Pig! I also continue to play throughout the country and Detroit in many different bands as well as doing studio work all over the country. Read More

Scott S offers Voice lessons in   Detroit, MI

Scott S

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Drums Bass Guitar Ukulele Music Keyboard Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

I am open to any/all methods. Read More

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